Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Development of the Eurocopter X3 Subject of Discussion Of The AHS Montreal-Ottawa Chapter

The next event of the Montreal-Ottawa chapter of the AHS will take up at Supérieureon Technology School Tuesday the 22nd of January at 6:15 pm (Registration from 5.30pm). The Chapter is pleased to announce Claude Roy of Eurocopter That will make a presentation on the subject of "The development of the Eurocopter X3". Details are included in the attachment. Please reply ASAP as spaces are limited. Register with James Corrigan at jamescorrigan@bh.com. Please note this presentation That Will Be Given in French.

Claude Roy is Director of Training at Eurocopter Canada Ltd. in Fort Erie Ontario and is a licensed helicopter pilot business. Claude's career in the aviation business HAS spanned over 30 years, and has covered HAS Wide range of skills, and helicopter companies operating environments in Both North America and Europe. After his apprenticeship as Commencing year aircraft mechanic, Claude progressed to get his aircraft technician's license in 1984 and Worked on helicopter operations on the James Bay project and, in France, Gained experience in the use of helicopters in forest fire-fighting operations. Claude Began his
involvement with helicopter training aspects while working with "National School of Aeronautics" in St-Hubert to approved economic development of helicopter service runs on various helicopters types. He Became a Transport Canada approved Trainer in 1991. During his career Subsequent Claude HAS Worked for major helicopter manufacturers (Eurocopter and Bell Helicopter) in the Areas of product support and marketing, and he HAS aussi Worked in the operational environment for Canadian Helicopters Ltd.. Both have a licensed engineer and pilot. In his latest position as Training Director at Eurocopter Canada insight into the He Has X3 innovative program, Which HAS recently completed icts 2012 North American publicity tour.

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